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11 Cards in this Set

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1. Plaudits (N)

His benevolent gifts to charitiesnearned him PLAUDITS from the public.
Serving as a modle, deserving imitation; commendable
2. Credence (N)

The citizens of Maycomb Country did not place much CREDENCE in Tom Robinson.
Belief or acceptance; trustworthiness, reliability.
3. Covet (V)
(Covetous, Covetousness)

King Midas COVETED gold more that anthing else.
The wish or crave for, to desire greedily.
(Attestation [attest is usually followed by TO])

Since I've known him for so long, I can attest to his honesty.
to bear witness or certify; to demonstrate or declare as true
5. Assent (V)
(Assenter, Assentingly)

Her parents finally assented to allowing her to agree their car.
to concent to or agree with
6. Concord (N)
(Concordant, Discord)

Scout seemed to be in CONCORD with very few people at her school.
Agreement of harmony; friendly or peaceful relations
7. Consistent (ADJ)
(Concordant, Discord)

A trait os a characteristic that is consistent over an extened period of time
Compatible or in agreement; keepping to the same principles or actions.
8. Solidarity (N)

A team must have SOLIDARITY within its ranks if it is to be successful.
Cooperation and loyalty based in unity of interests and beliefs.
10. Liaison (N)

B.H.S. was a LIAISON with its sister city school system-Takatori- in Japan
a close bond or connection

The teachers held a PALAVER to discuss the problems in the school.
a conference, discussion, or coversation (can imply idle chatter or flattering persuasion)
12. ACCOST (V)

I was ACCOSTED by a man who was trying to sell newspapers.
to approach and speak to (to confront in a challenging way)